Nagee Green allegedly admitted to police that he stabbed Nazaire and another Ithaca College student, according to police documents
The victim, a 27-year-old Dryden resident observed the two suspects stealing from his car, leading to an altercation that resulted in a knife wound in his leg, according to police.
“We are pleased that the judge agreed with the college’s position that the suit should be dismissed due to the plaintiff’s failure to state a claim,” David Maley, senior associate director for media and community relations, stated via email.
This year’s potential Ithaca College Student Government Association senators relayed a common theme during their platform presentations: improving the SGA’s involvement in the community.
The Ithaca College Student Government Association executive board has laid out two concrete subjects that it sees as important to pursue this year: Title IX and voter registration. The board is also emphasizing a more flexible approach to policies and issues it decides to take on based on what is important to students.
With a new vision and staff, Ithaca College’s Digital Instruction and Information Services plans to upgrade key parts of the college’s wireless internet service by May 2017, completing an overhaul of the system which began last fall.
The Ithaca College Student Government Association held its first meeting of the 2016–17 academic year in the newly-renovated Terrace Dining Hall, where it hosted a guest speaker from Sodexo and prepared for its upcoming elections.
The intersection of North Aurora Street and East State Street at the head of The Commons is clear of construction for the first time in over two years, marking the reopening of the corner restaurant: Simeon’s bistro.
The Ithaca College campus has undergone many changes, additions and renovations over the summer, some of which are more visibly obvious than others.
Following a summer of work by the presidential search committee, meeting and vetting candidates, the search for a new president of Ithaca College has been narrowed to under 30 candidates. The committee’s stated goal is to select a new president of the college by the end of 2016.
Two Ithaca College administrators have announced they will be stepping down from their positions, claiming a lack of administrative support from the college.